Thursday, December 13, 2007

What's up with this presidential race?

Is there anyone worth voting for? I don't vote Democrat and prefer not to vote Republican most of the time. The Libertarians don't have anyone this time. Ron Paul's week on defense, Huckabee seems to be a maniac whose only redeeming quality is his support for the Fair Tax. I can't vote for him because I don't think he can push tax reform through this Congress. I do think he could do some spending and nannying that would go right through. I like Thomson, but he's not making any effort. I hear good things about Hunter, but he's below the radar. I want to like Giuliani, but we disagree on major issues. Don't get me started on McCain.
Are the Republicans and everyone else trying to hand this thing over to Hillary? That's going to be a huge nightmare. You think we have problems with healthcare and the economy now, wait till she's in office with all her bed wetting liberal friends in Congress.
The American people need to wake up and realize what'sgoing on here. There ain't no free lunch, and the government will be serving slop if they get any worse.Why can't people take off the blinders and ignore the retoric?We need some serious third party action.I'd run myself, but if you haven't figured it out, I'm not a people person. I just want to be left alone. The government needs to do its job and leave the rest of us alone.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

are you mad yet?

Is it just me, or does this two-party system suck? When is everyone going to wake up and realize that these career politicians are just in it for the power? I'd like to see the average joe voter wake up and tell me when a serious third party candidate is going to break through the system. I'd like the average joe voter to wake upand realize that the government isn't going to take care of them and that it's not the government's job anyway. There's a little piece of paper called the Constitution that lays out the government's job. Taking care of average joe's needs and wants is not on there. Just a couple little things called his rights and freedom.
I'd like to see the Libertarians get it together, but, like the big guys, their most prominent candidates on the national level tend to come across as wack jobs. I'll get into more specific issues on a later date.
I can't wait to stir the puddin, but I need organize a bit first. If you want a little background on my crazy politics and the art that brings them to visual reality, check out
Let me know what you think. Maybe you can get the ball rolling in a whole new direction.